“Not everything in Moses’ life was righteous. He is not entirely perfect, but his spirit is strong and his faith is colossal. Therefore, he is destined to be an executor of the Higher Will. To lead the Jews to the Promised Land. For forty years he wandered through the desert in poverty, danger and suffocating dust, guided by an unquenchable hope. And to achieve the goal to which he vowed only at his last moment.
He is destined to see the Promised Land but fail to set foot on it. Once in Egypt, in order to protect his fellow countryman who was in trouble, in a fit of anger he killed an Egyptian general who had been insulting him. The laws of karma are uncompromisingly strict. There are no privileges for them. For nobody!”
“None other than Moses accepted the sacred stone tablets with the Ten Commandments of God. The first time he stays on the mountain, he receives instructions from above. But they are exceedingly difficult to implement. Realizing this, the prophet prayed again, even more diligently, with great faith in the mercy of the Most High. This is how the Ten Commandments of God from the Old Testament, known today, are “given” to him.”
“As for what is written in the Bible about how Moses powerfully raised a rod, how he waved and split the sea, how the water retreated into two sheer walls, and the Israelites crossed over the thin strip of land, this is a later addition that made the extraordinary story even more impressive. A beautiful poetic symbol. That’s why it’s remembered. The purpose was to highlight the power of the Jewish God. To strengthen the faith in him. There are many fascinating myths in religion. They exaggerate and embellish the facts depending on the interest they are protecting.
I see what happened: Another, even more insurmountable desert stood in front of them – the water… They waited… The day progressed and no one, nothing said… Then Moses raised a staff “It’s time. Forward!”… Through the muddy gap that opened, men stumbled , women, children, old people… They waded through the drained water supposedly in a hurry, but cautiously. With great effort. Slowly, excruciatingly slowly. Some – up to the knees, others – up to the waist, others – up to the neck in the muddy waters. And I saw – some of them sank. And they left bones there, in the treacherous shallows… The Jewish leaders had calculated with perfect accuracy the hour of the transition… And when, at nightfall, the Egyptian warriors, who had launched a destructive assault, with ugly shouts and threats, were already catching up with them and, gleefully anticipating their end, they rushed unbridled to drown them in blood… the sea suddenly began to rise. Tidal waves rolled over. The Egyptians were swept away with a roar…”
“This is the authentic story of the escape of the Jews from Egyptian slavery. I perceive nothing supernatural in the dizzying surprises that unfolded, so impressive that they are forever sealed in a wonderful epic-poetic form in the Holy Scriptures.”
Discovery’s 2003 television documentary Ramses the Great Pharaoh (12 years after Slava Sevrykova’s death) showed a surprisingly analogous version of these historical facts. The scientific team maintains that the correct translation of the site is not the Red Sea, but the Sea of Reeds. From there, according to them, Moses passed, leading the Jews out of Egypt. In ancient Egyptian Yam Suf means the Red Sea, but also the Sea of Reeds, where at low tide the waters recede and parts of it become passable. In some modern Western translations of the Bible, the discrepancy has already been corrected.
“Moses has been reborn on Earth. And it’s with the Jews again. His spiritual essence was realized many, many centuries ago as the prophet Elijah. Later he will appear once again, but now as John the Baptist. Then they will cut off his head. Thus paying off the karma once generated because of the murder incident in Egypt… Life is stronger than death, even though it is a “life form”…”